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Andrew Brown and Brandon Malecek (right) lead by two after Round 1 of the 2019 PDGA Amateur World Doubles Championships over Micheal Scrivner and Joseph Stettinger (left).

After days of downpour left staff and volunteers alike wondering if the courses would be playable, the 2019 PDGA Amateur World Doubles Championships began its 29th running on Friday morning without issue. 110 teams made the trek to the small town of Mt. Vernon, Texas to take on four championship-level HouckDesign courses all while playing multiple formats of doubles disc golf.   

2018's custom Am World Doubles trophies created by Texas artist Esther Benedict. Benedict will be making the trophies once again in 2019. 

Four championship courses are primed and ready for what is always one of the most challenging and sometimes frustrating events of the year: the 2018 Amateur World Doubles Championship. Now gearing up for it's 28th running, this XM-Tier PDGA Major presented by Innova Champion Discs and HouckDesign pushes doubles teams to the limits as they take on some of the world's most unforgiving courses while playing multiple formats of doubles disc golf, including the dreaded Worst Throw format during the Finals.

The welcoming sign in front of the Selah Inn, a magnificent bed-and-breakfast housed on the same grounds as the Selah Ranch disc golf courses.